Cabin coatings

Oct. 15, 2010

Paint is used in aircraft cabins either in specific areas such as overhead luggage bins or in wider areas such as cabin walls, where an airline does not want to use tedlar type coatings. Often Coatings can be used in aircraft cabins to provide a cost effective ‘refresh’ or help as part of rebranding. AkzoNobel Aerospace Coatings is launching a range of cabin coatings. The ‘Aerofine’ brand stands for consistent, durable  performance, easy application, and value for money while been totally VOC compliant (most products are waterborne single component products). They will consist of a waterborne topcoat, a waterborne primer/surfacer and an almost solvent free pinhole filler. These will be supplemented by a unique touchup repair kit that can be used between flights (i.e., overnight). A mixing facility that can be installed within the customer's hangar (Mix2win) means that small amounts can be produced 24/7 to assist the MRO or airline get paint quickly when an AOG situation occurs. The quick drying of the Aerofine products mean that process times are shorter then with solvent based products and enable too the application of special effects within very short time periods. For more information visit

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